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Episode 142 – Liars.

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The episode starts off with talk about how rain and slight cold weather caused Tennessee to declare a State of Emergency. This somehow leads into Dave calling local weather lady, Lisa Patton, a liar.  He does give Nolan Davis some credit for actually saying that there would be no ice/snow in Tennessee and does praise News 2 for having attractive anchorwomen.  Along the way Dave declares he wants to be God, The Beatles, and Oasis all rolled into one.

Korey then discusses another liar that was in the news the past week, Manti Te’o.  In January 2013, Deadspin revealed that the existence and death of his girlfriend had been faked. Te’o released a statement claiming to have been the victim of a hoax that lured him into an online relationship with a nonexistent woman.Te’o was ‘catfished’, which means – Being deceived over facebook as the deceiver professed their romantic feelings to his/her victim, but isn’t who they say they are.  This comes from the Documentary and current MTV reality show.  Is this Mormon Football player hiding something?  Is he possibly gay?  The guys discuss that theory and then go to a break.

Back from the break, the guys diss on Topical Vacation for a second and move on to the third liar, Lance Armstrong.  Lance Armstrong is an American former professional road racing cyclist, who recently admitted to doping and using drugs while competing in Cycling.  Was  the cheating justified if it raised money for cancer?  Does anyone care about cheating in cycling like they do baseball?

The show wraps up with Politics.  Korey breaks down his thoughts on guns and liberals in “Politics, Politics, Politics”.  This is one for the ages.

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